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OSCC Decision No. 14/02 Revision 1 of Decision Number Twenty to the Treaty On Open Skies

Office of Conventional Arms Control
Washington, DC
July 22, 2002

Open Skies Consultative Commission OSCC.DEC/14/02
22 July 2002
OSCC+
Original: ENGLISH


4th Meeting of the 28th Session
OSCC(XXVIII) Journal No. 81, Agenda item 5(d)

Due to the upcoming accession of Sweden to the Treaty on Open Skies and in accordance with Decision Number Twenty of 12 June 1995 and in particular with paragraph 3 of the Annex attached to that Decision, the Open Skies Consultative Commission has decided to revise the Annex to Decision Number Twenty of 12 June 1995 and adopt the attached Annex.

This decision shall enter into force upon Sweden’s accession to the Treaty on 27 August 2002 and shall have the same duration as the Treaty.

Decided in Vienna, in the Open Skies Consultative Commission, on 22 July 2002, in each of the six languages specified in Article XIX of the Treaty on Open Skies, all texts being equally authentic.

CODES FOR THE STATES PARTIES OR GROUPS OF STATES PARTIES FOR THE PURPOSE OF RADIOTELEPHONY COMMUNICATION WITH AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE UNITS

11     Germany
12     United States of America
13     Belarus
14     Benelux
15     Bulgaria
16     Canada
17     Denmark
18     Spain
19     France
21     Georgia
22     United Kingdom
23     Greece
24     Hungary
25     Iceland
26     Italy
27     Kyrgyzstan
28     Norway
29     Poland
31     Portugal
32     Romania
33     Russian Federation
34     Slovakia
35     Czech Republic
36     Turkey
37     Ukraine
38     Sweden
91     Belarus and Russian Federation group of States Parties
92     Western European Union group of States Parties

States Parties operating more than one aircraft at the same time should after the country code add a self-assigned figure between one and nine to distinguish safely between their aircraft.

The codes for the States Parties or groups of States Parties shall be listed as follows:

1. In alphabetical order to the French alphabet.

2. Once a number has been allocated that number shall be retained by the respective State Party or group of States parties.


3. Additional States Parties or groups of States Parties acceding to the Treaty shall adopt the next available number at the end of the appropriate current list.

* * * * *

This Annex is an integral part of Decision Number Twenty of 12 June 1995. It has entered into force simultaneously with the Treaty on Open Skies and shall have the same duration as the Treaty.

Decided in Vienna, in the Open Skies Consultative Commission, on 22 July 2002, in each of the six languages specified in Article XIX of the Treaty on Open Skies, all texts being equally authentic.


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